But generates zero gold, silver, or bronze medals in London.
My recent post about off-base energy projections glossed over the main reason that renewable energy has grown faster than predicted: policy. Good policy works!
Renewable energy evolves quickly and is hard to quantify, but experts' predictions last decade were way off. It makes you wonder what today's projections will look like in 2020.
If the Internet has taught us anything, it is that everything is better when it is smaller. Kittens are better than cats. Cake pops are better than cakes. LEGO models of anything are pretty great, even if the full-sized version …
Swedish designer Eddi Tornberg has turned the plight of modern workers — sitting like lazy larvae in front of computer screens all day — into a form of renewable energy. He uses the heat of our rear ends to create …
The Washington Post's Charles Lane argues we should abandon clean energy investment and cede that industry to China.
A study from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory demonstrates that an energy mix that is 80 percent renewable in 2050 could operate fine. If only we had the will to create it.
OK, well maybe they're not overly worried just yet. But the investment trend – particularly in the United States – is encouraging.
If you've seen the video lampooning what counts as a green job, consider this: what does the industry count in its job numbers? They'll never tell.